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Breckenridge Police Department is located at 150 Valley Brook St, Breckenridge, 80424 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is Rick G Holman. The Breckenridge Police Department phone number is 970-453-2941.
Move over....it's the law.
ADOPT AN ANGEL is coming! Come by BPD to drop off your donations starting Thanksgiving week. Volunteers are also needed.
Daylight savings starts tomorrow, November 4. Remember to turn your clock back tonight before going to bed.
A few Halloween safety tips for trick or treaters and candy givers.
Happy Halloween from BPD! We hope you have a safe and fun holiday. Please keep the winter weather in mind when out driving. Go slow and watch for trick or treaters.
Trick or treating in Breckenridge tomorrow night? Check out where to go. Be safe and have fun!
Please note and spread the word that BPD will no longer offer fingerprinting services. The Summit County Sheriff's Office is now the only agency providing this service. Please see their press release on how to schedule an appointment.
Weather is on the way. Are you ready?
Do you have a teen driver in your house? Check out some great information on safety for new drivers from CDOT's GDL program. https://www.codot.gov/safety/colorado-teen-drivers/teach-me-how-to-gdl
Fill out our traffic complaint form and help us, help you.
Need ideas for a sober and safe ride home? Check out Breckenridge's Free Ride system https://www.breckfreeride.com/ and for all of Summit County destinations, check out The Summit Stage. http://summitcountyco.gov/360/Summer-Schedule
Halloween festivities are starting this weekend. Be sure you have a safe and sober ride home.
Have you read the warning on Craigslist on how to avoid scams on their website? Whether buying or selling, you can be a target for scammers. Below is just a snippet of what's on their page. Find out how to avoid scams, where to report scams and examples of what a scam looks like at https://www.craigslist.org/about/scams?lang=en&cc=us. Avoiding Craigslist Scams: Deal locally, face-to-face —follow this one rule and avoid 99% of scam attempts. Do not extend payment to anyone you have not met in person. Beware offers involving shipping - deal with locals you can meet in person. Never wire funds (e.g. Western Union) - anyone who asks you to is a scammer. Don't accept cashier/certified checks or money orders - banks cash fakes, then hold you responsible. Transactions are between users only, no third party provides a "guarantee". Never give out financial info (bank account, social security, paypal account, etc). Do not rent or purchase sight-unseen—that amazing "deal" may not exist. Refuse background/credit checks until you have met landlord/employer in person.
HALLOWEEN CELEBRATIONS IN BRECKENRIDGE Breckenridge, CO--On Wednesday, October 31 the Town of Breckenridge will be closing streets in several neighborhoods to accommodate safe and enjoyable "trick or treating.” In the Wellington Neighborhood, Wolff Lyon Road and Bridge Street will be closed from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.at the request of the Wellington Neighborhood Association. In the Historic District of Breckenridge, High Street and Harris Street along with related side streets will be closed from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Halloween closures in the Historic District of Breckenridge date back over 30 years, and past surveys of residents affirm the strong support for this small town tradition. One High Street neighborhood resident recently commented, "We love the tradition of having the streets closed and safe for the kids. Part of the charm of Breckenridge is that it has a feel of tradition and nostalgia." For more information, please call Sgt. Bryan Ridge or email at email@example.com.
A new short term rental ordinance will be rolling out the first of the year. Check out this video about how it will work plus some information on the town budget. Exciting stuff folks!
Great idea from RWB. While you're getting your vehicle ready for winter by getting winter tires on, wipers replaced and a safety kit ready, be sure to add sign up for www.SCAlert.org to your list. Bad days happen but you can be prepared.
Update on parking when visiting the troll. All in town parking lots and South Gondola Lot are free until November 19. Please park in one of our lots and take the Purple route to stop 305. Remember, there is no parking on residential streets including Wellington Rd.
Incident is over and all are safe.
A message from the Sheriff's Office regarding the activity on Shekel Lane from 1 hr ago.
What bus route takes us to see where the troll lives? Good question!! The easiest way to access the troll is to take the Breck Free Ride Purple Route to Stop #305 at the Wellington Turnaround. Feel free to use one of our many in-town parking lots to leave your vehicle. Check out https://www.breckfreeride.com/home/showdocument?id=13357 for convenient Breck Free Ride stops in town. Remember the troll lives in a residential neighborhood and the people who live there value their privacy and property at all times. Please be respectfu
How do we get to the troll if we can't park near by? The easiest way to access the troll is to take the Breck Free Ride Purple Route to Stop #305 at the Wellington Turnaround. Feel free to use one of our many in-town parking lots to leave your vehicle. Check out https://www.breckfreeride.com/home/showdocument?id=13357 for convenient Breck Free Ride stops in town. Remember the troll lives in a residential neighborhood and the people who live there value their privacy and property at all times. Please be respectful.
BPD would like you to know a few things when planning on visiting our troll. The troll lives in a residential neighborhood and the people who live there value their privacy and property at all times. Please be respectful. How to get to the troll: The easiest way to access the troll is to take the Breck Free Ride Purple Route to Stop #305 at the Wellington Turnaround. Feel free to use one of our many in-town parking lots to leave your vehicle. Check out https://www.breckfreeride.com/home/showdocument?id=13357 for convenient Breck Free Ride stops in town. .
Thanks Red, White, & Blue Fire Protection for including us in your Annual Open House.
Parking is FREE in all Town LOTS from October 15 to November 18. On-street pay parking remains in effect year-round. (Overnight parking restrictions in the lots go into effect November 1).
Stage 1 Fire Restrictions are lifted.